UWLA

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UWLAUniversity of West Los Angeles (California)
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UWLA has about 280 law students on its campuses in Woodland Hills and Inglewood.
We will be working with UWLA to arrange for a review of each student's case and to work out the best possible arrangement for the students,'' said WASC executive director Ralph Wolff.
Wolff said the law school could again appeal WASC's decision, but UWLA has indicated to WASC that it will not.
The State Bar of California's Committee of Bar Examiners, however, voted in January to proceed with the withdrawal of its accreditation of UWLA and will take up the matter again when it meets in two weeks.
Glendale University College of Law, which is only state-accredited, had a 27 percent first-time pass rate, with 15 students taking the bar, and UWLA had a 21 percent pass rate, with 28 students taking the bar.
But Brown said UWLA also is working on a plan - as directed by the State Bar - on ways to transfer its students if the school closes.
Shane Greenstein, The Three Coms of the Microsoft Antitrust Suit: Competition Policy, Commercial Expectations, and Computing Platforms, 32 UWLA L.
Robert Hahn, Competition Policy and the New Economy, 32 UWLA L.
William Kovacic, Antitrust After Microsoft, Upgrading Public Competition Policy Institutions for the New Economy, 32 UWLA L.
I just would hope that the legal educational community would be open-minded and supportive of UWLA at this time and provide it with an opportunity to honestly demonstrate its ability to continue to pursue its mission,'' Brown said.
UWLA continues to accept law students but has stopped enrolling new paralegal students as it considers selling that program, Brown said.
UWLA was founded in 1966 and started its paralegal school in 1971.